Grateful Dead Live at Oxford Plains Speedway on 1988-07-02
- Grateful Dead
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Iko Iko -> Jack Straw, West L.A. Fadeaway, Memphis Blues, Row Jimmy, Blow Away, Victim Or The Crime, Foolish Heart
Crazy Fingers-> Playin-> Uncle John's Band-> Terrapin Station-> Drums-> Space-> The Wheel-> Gimmie Some Lovin-> All Along The Watchtower-> Morning Dew-> Sugar Magnolia - E: Mighty The Mighty Quinn
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Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
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|West L.A. Fadeaway|
|Row Jimmy.. (Tape Flip After Song, Last Few Notes Missing)|
|Victim Or The Crime|
|Foolish Heart, Set Break|
|Crazy Fingers >|
|Playing In The Band >|
|Uncle John's Band >|
|Terrapin Station >|
|Dr..ums > (Tape Flip During)|
|The Wheel >|
|Gimme Some Lovin' >|
|All Along The Watchtower >|
|Morning Dew >|
|The Mighty Quinn (Added From Set 1 Tape)|
Comments:Another Huge Thanks out to Fitzy for
recording and sharing his source for this show!
I remember this one like it was yesterday, from
long wait in the car in the blistering heat to
the show, the excellent sound and performance
from this days music and the after show events
and non stop party which went on all night long!
AS ALWAYS ENJOY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- 2013-07-04 23:59:40
- Oxford, ME
- Master Audience Recorded By Fitzy, Transfer By Keo; Nakamichi CM300/CP4 Shotguns > Sony Tc-D5M, Tapes Maxel MX-90's; Transfer With Nakamichi MR-1 > Korg MR-1000 @ 1 Bit/5.6 MHz; Tracking/Sample Rate Conversion/Flacked With AudioGate Software To 24/96 kHz; Metadata Tagging With Tag&Rename
- Taped by
- Transferred by
- Oxford Plains Speedway
Subject: Nice recording
I'm glad that such a great quality AUD recording exists. It puts you right there, as if you were sitting right in front of the soundboard. All the instruments are clearly defined. You can really hear the interaction between Jerry and Phil.
This is one of the best shows of the era.
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